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: Open University

6.15 Perspectivities
The problems of representing 3-D panoramas on a 2-D canvas.

6.40 Maths Methods

7.05 Social Problems and Social Welfare
Course Review

7.30 Healing the Spine
A look at the latest research on treatment for spinal cord injuries.

7.55 Shropshire in the 16th Century

8.20 Acid Rain
Subtitled

8.45 The Spanish Chapel, Florence
The mystery of the chapel's frescos.

: The Littlest Pet Shop

Twopettales.
Squeaks goes to work for an ice-lolly company. Stu and Chloe are mistaken for criminals and sent to prison,

: Fully Booked

The last in the series, with guests Gladiator Cobra, Terrence Hardiman from the BBC1 drama series The Demon Headmaster, William Mellor and Lisa Williamson (Jambo and Dawn from Channel 4's youth drama Hollyoaks) and Daniela Denby-Ashe (Sarah Hills in EastEnders).
The outdoor adventure game Buried Treasure at 10.30 features FoT's Mairi McHaffie, plus cartoons X-Men, Potsworth and Co and Pingu.

Hosted by Grant Stott and Sarah Vandenbergh.

WRITE TO: FullyBooked, PO Box 1212, Glasgow G12 8DB.
Call the celebrity line on [number removed] (calls cost a maximum of 10p).
Lines open until 8am on Monday.
E-mail address: fbooked@scot.bbc.co.uk

Contributors

Guest: Cobra
Guest: Terence Hardiman
Guest: William Mellor
Guest: Lisa Williamson
Guest: Daniela Denby-Ashe
Guest: Mairi McHaffie
Presenter: Grant Stott
Presenter: Sarah Vandenbergh
Executive Producer: Edward Pugh
Series Producer: Liz Scott

: Sunday Grandstand

Introduced by Sue Barker.
12.00 Athletics Action from the Great
North Run. a race attractinga large field for the 13-mile course from Newcastle to South Shields. Briton Paul Evans is regarded as the home runner most likely to break an African run of success that has seen Kenyans Benson Masya and Moses Tanui share five wins. In the women's event, injury-plagued Yvonne Murray hopes to salvage something from a disappointing season that saw her miss the Atlanta
Olympics. Commentary by David Coleman , Paul Dickenson , Brendan Foster , Hazel
Irvine and Diane-Louise Jordan. Highlights can be seen tomorrow at 7.35pm on BBC2.
2.35,3.15,3.45,4.15 Tennis The final of the Bournemouth International Open, a tournament being staged forthe first time since 1983, when itwas won by Spain's Jose Higueras. His countrymen,
Alberto Costa and Sergi Bruguera , feature in a field also expected to include British player Greg Rusedski. Commentary by John Barrett and Mark Cox.
3.05,3.35,4.05 Racing Coverage of the Arc Trials from Longchamp in France, regarded as a form guide to the Prix de I'Arc de Triomphe, which takes place in three weeks'time. Commentary by Jim McGrath and Julian Wilson.
5.00 News Roundup
TV presentation Martin Webster (Athletics), Johnnie Watherston (Tennis)
Videoplus code for 12.00-5.15pm ............ Videopluscodeforl2.00-2.35(notPDC) ..
2.35-5.15(notPDC)

Contributors

Introduced By: Sue Barker.
Unknown: Paul Evans
Unknown: Benson Masya
Unknown: Moses Tanui
Unknown: Yvonne Murray
Commentary By: David Coleman
Commentary By: Paul Dickenson
Commentary By: Brendan Foster
Commentary By: Diane-Louise Jordan.
Unknown: Jose Higueras.
Unknown: Alberto Costa
Unknown: Sergi Bruguera
Unknown: Greg Rusedski.
Commentary By: John Barrett
Commentary By: Mark Cox.
Commentary By: Jim McGrath
Commentary By: Julian Wilson.
Unknown: Martin Webster
Unknown: Johnnie Watherston

: Rugby Special

Rugby union action, including newly promoted Northampton at Franklins
Gardens against a Bristol side bolstered by the arrival of Welsh scrum half
Robert Jones. Plus other matches from England and Wales. Introduced by John Inverdale.
Editor Gerard Lane Stereo ........................

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Jones.
Introduced By: John Inverdale.
Editor: Gerard Lane Stereo

: Rough Guide to the World: Russia - a Curtain Raiser

Five years after communism's fall, with Russia gripped by spiralling inflation, Magenta DeVine joins young millionaires at a Moscow club charging £6,500 for entry.
By contrast, Simon O'Brien talks to a doctor who is now earning more by selling kebabs than saving lives.
The pair also sample Moscow's nightlife: DeVine with an elite police squad formed to combat Moscow's mafia and O'Brien with fashion-conscious clubbers living a nocturnal existence.
In St Petersburg, they visit the "white nights" of a dacha party where a 2am beach rave takes place under the sun. Producer Ricky Kelehar; Series producer Bridget Boseley
(Postponed from 25 August) (Stereo)

Contributors

Unknown: Magenta Devine
Talks: Simon O'Brien
Producer: Ricky Kelehar
Producer: Bridget Boseley

: Safe with Us

The last of three reports on the NHS. Free for All. Five years afterthe implementation of the Government's reforms, the NHS is run along the lines of a business. It has been transformed by competition, rationing and a growing private sector in the drive to maximise efficiency and cut costs.
Presenter Niall Dickson visits one of the newtrust hospitals and finds the dividing line between NHS and private health care increasingly blurred. Will people who have opted for private care resent contributing to a service they no longer use? Is a situation where all will payfortreatmentan inevitability?
Producer AshokPrasad; Editor Mark Wakefield
Subtitled.....

Contributors

Presenter: Niall Dickson
Editor: Mark Wakefield

: The Immortal Emperor

To coincide with the" Mysteries of Ancient China" exhibition at the British Museum, Dr Tony Spawforth travels to China in search of the truth behind the first emperor's quest for immortality.
Over 2,000 years ago, Qin Shi Huangdi used his immense wealth and power to pursue the elusive route to everlasting life - a mountain peak that he believed gods and the immortal passed between the human and celestial worlds.
The mountain in central China where he is believed to be buried contains a vast army of 8,000 terracotta warriors watching over him, remains of entombed workmen, priceless treasures, the bodies of his slaughtered wives and a replica of his earthly kingdom.
EXHIBITION; see Ceefax page 618 for details of the British Museum "Mysteries of Ancient China" Exhibition

Contributors

Presenter: Dr Tony Spawforth
Director/Producer: Christopher Mann

: Later Presents Brit Beat

Bands in the vanguard of British guitar pop feature in a compilation from the music series Later with Jools Holland.
The line-up includes the accepted leaders of the movement, Oasis, plus Blur, Pulp, Manic Street Preachers, Radiohead, Ash, Ocean Colour Scene, Cast, the Bluetones and Super Furry Animals. Introduced by Jools Holland.
A revised repeat of this programme will be shown tomorrow at 6.50pm (Stereo)

Contributors

Presenter: Jools Holland.
Director: Janet Fraser Crook
Producer: Mark Cooper

: Steptoe and Son

Another chance to see an episode from the classic comedy series about a cantankerous father and his socially ambitious son who eke out a living from the rag-and-bone business. Starring Harry H Corbett and Wilfrid Brambell. Written by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson
Repeat .................................................

Contributors

Unknown: Harry H Corbett
Written By: Ray Galton
Written By: Alan Simpson

: Hour of the Gun

The Way Out West season of classic westerns continues.
Starring James Garner
Jason Robards , Robert Ryan
Tombstone, Arizona, 1881. Ruthless
Ike Clanton swears revenge after Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday are cleared of killing three members of his gang at the OK Corral. In widescreen format.
Director John Sturges (1967) Subtitled..... * See Films: pages 62-68 ****

Contributors

Unknown: James Garner
Unknown: Jason Robards
Unknown: Robert Ryan
Unknown: Ike Clanton
Unknown: Wyatt Earp
Unknown: Doc Holliday
Director: John Sturges
Wyatt Earp: James Garner
Doc Holliday: Jason Robards
Ike Clanton: Robert Ryan
Octavius Roy: Albert Salmi
Horace Sullivan: Charles Aidman
Warshaw: Steve Ihnat
Pete Spence: Michael Tolan
Curly Bill Brocius: Jon Voight
Morgan Earp: Sam Melville

: Film premiere The Northerners

The Movienet season of contemporary cinema continues with this surreal comedy drama.
Thomas lives on an abandoned housing development. As his mother becomes more saintly, depriving his father of his conjugal rights, Thomas turns to an African who has escaped from an exhibition, and a strange vagrant girl. In Dutch with English subtitles.
Director Alex Van Warmerdam (1992,15)
♦ See Films: pages 62-68 ****
Followed byWeatherview

Contributors

Director: Alex van Warmerdam
Thomas: Leonard Lucieer
Jacob the butcher: Jack Wouterse
Anton the ranger: Rudolf Lucieer
Simon the postman: Alex Van Warmerdam
Martha: Annet Malherbe
Elisabeth: Loes Wouterson
Agnes: Veerle Dobbelaere
Black man: Dary Some
Teacher: Jacques Commandeur

: The Learning Zone

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